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Weekly topic sheets

The 12 sessions below are founded on 5-factor cognitive behavioural therapy and are presented in a clear and easily understood way.

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1. Overcoming depression

Depression is referred to as ‘the common cold of mental health’ – lots of people have it. Yet, now, there are great things to overcome it.
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2. What's the best thing to do when...?

In a range of situations, from sever to trivial, this is a terrific question to ask - and to act on.
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3. Sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most helpful things you can do, and yet a surprising number of people find it very difficult to do.
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4. Perfecting your life commentary

Some people give themselves a depressing or worrying ‘commentary’ on their life, others train themselves to give and upbeat energising one.
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5. Plan yourself a great life

John Lennon said that life is what happens while you’re busy making better plans. This module looks at how to have a good life right now.
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6. Diet: Eating well

Even people who eat too much can be having insufficient of the necessary nutrients to keep them emotionally and physically healthy.
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7. Problem Solving

Often enough, people have real problems to solve, and it is important to know how to work out good solutions.
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8. Music: a powerful natural drug

How to capitalise on the fact that music has massive effects on us, either good or bad depending on what the music is.
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9. Exercise

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) says that exercise is one of the important factors for us, but what sort – and how can we keep it up?
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10. Looking forward to things

Looking forward to things is a ‘psychological tonic’, and especially if you learn to look forward to small, everyday things.
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11. All or nothing thinking and how to correct it

Epictetus famously said that "it is not events themselves that distress us; it is the view we take of those events". All or nothing thinking causes us to view things in a way that causes us more distress than needs be, and can be put right very easily.
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12. Developing our friendships

The human species is fundamentally a social one, so relationships, or the lack of them, can be overwhelmingly important. There are rules.
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Below are the other resources that you need

Weekly Observation Sheet

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Core Values

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Mood Record

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Registration Form

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Feedback Form

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Attendance Certificate

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Folder Cover: Option 1 (Original)

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Folder Cover: Option 2 (Beach)

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Folder Cover: Option 3 (Desert)

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Folder Cover: Option 4 (Stones)

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Folder Spines

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Delegate Certificate

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Referral Form

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Monitoring Request Form

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Advertising Poster Example

Download an example poster, where you can see what information can be updated for your sessions. Once you know the information that you would like to be included, simply email office@moodmaster.co.uk and we will amend the poster for you.
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